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Washington Wizards: Free Agency Grades
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Resigned John Wall (5 years, 80 million)
Resigned Martell Webster (4 years, 22 million)
Resigned Garrett Temple (1 year, 900,000)
Signed Eric Maynor (2 years, 4 million)
Signed Al Harrington (1 year, 1.4 million)
Give the Wizards credit, they did go out and make some moves this offseason, yet somehow they still find themselves with a glaring hole in the lineup with just a little over a month left until the season tips off. The herniated disk injury to starting center Emeka Okafor, essentially keeping him sidelined for the entirety of the upcoming season, has now shined a light on a problem the Wizards’ front office has failed to address this summer. Why has the team stocked up at the 3, with 5 small-forwards and added zero depth to the center position?
It is a head scratching problem, but one the Wizards managed to cover up for most of this off season by managing to get John Wall to sign on...
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It’s been a long time since the term playoffs was used in conjunction with the Washington Wizards.
The team’s leader/point guard John Wall is ready to back up the statements that he recently made.
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In the immortal words of Kevin Durant, I am going to need John Wall to show me. He is the franchise player, so it is on him to take the Wizards to the promise land.
“The goal is the playoffs,” Wall told ESPN.com. “We’ve got the pieces.”
“We got what we needed with Al Harrington,” Wall said. “He looks healthy, and to bring in a true veteran who knows what it takes...
Photo Credit: thehoopdoctors.com Washington Wizards star point guard John Wall is finally healthy again. With his health and his new max contract comes expectations. John Wall told ESPN.com: The goal is the playoffs, we’ve got the pieces. John Wall has been hampered by injuries early in his career and his teammates have seen the same injury bug this season. They have already lost...
Bradley Beal was in Baltimore on Wizards assistant Sam Cassell’s old turf at legendary Dunbar High so he had to expect what followed: A heavy dose of trash talk and tales from his coach about how he used to dominate the court on which they stood.
“He tried to show me some banners like he was the greatest to come out of Dunbar” Beal said shaking his head on Thursday before...
After losing two frontcourt players to injury last week, the Washington Wizards have reached a deal to bring D’or Fischer into training camp, a league source told RealGM.
Fischer, the big man out of West Virginia University, was on the New Orleans Pelicans’ roster in the July summer league.
A shot-blocker at 6-foot-10, Fischer could have a realistic chance to make the Wizards’...
Free agent guard Xavier Silas is accepting a training camp deal with the Washington Wizards, a league source told RealGM.
Silas had worked out for the Utah Jazz recently, but he took the Wizards' invitation to camp, where he'll battle Josh Childress -- among others -- for a spot on Washington's roster.
Silas, 25, went undrafted in 2011, earning a contract with the Philadelphia...
In the rundown of the NBA’s best point guards, it takes a while to get to John Wall‘s name — if the conversation gets to him at all.
Derrick Rose, Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook, Rajon Rondo and Deron Williams are indisputably ahead of Wall on the list of the top players at his position, with Kyrie Irving probably sliding in ahead of him, too. Wall, who has high hopes for the...
At the conclusion of the 2013-14 season, the members of the 2010 NBA Draft class’ rookie contracts will all slide off their respective teams’ salary cap and enter the curious world of the cap hold and qualifying offer.
The Draft’s No. 1 overall pick, John Wall has already signed a max extension with the Wizards. Larry Sanders cashed in with the Bucks this summer, too. DeMarcus...